Tom Gearing appeared on The Apprentice back in 2012, at which time he was told by Alan Sugar that his fine wine business Cult Wines was too risky, but the snub hasn’t had an impact.
Clive Jackson, CEO and founder of on-demand private jet service Victor, took time away from the luxury of flight and joined us on the ground for our latest Black Cab Entrepreneurs interview.
Charles Weaving has come a long since earning seven pence an hour as a dish washer, now in possession of Dubai-based private equity firm Foxhole Holdings.
Cheval Residences, a British operator of luxury serviced apartments, has revealed plans to open a new premium property in Qatar capital Doha ahead of the World Cup 2022.
The global luxury car market has been untouched by the financial crisis, but in order to post further growth vehicle companies are upping the ante in terms of customer experience and advertising, bringing in the likes of Ellie Goulding and Mark Ronson for endorsement.
Last month I discussed our approach to our annual budget, one aspect of which is considering how much we spend on sponsorship and influencers to engage with the Christopher Ward brand.
Multi-millionaire Rob Moore is able to live the high life now as a property entrepreneur, but he had a humble beginning to business as a struggling artist.
When it comes to travel, the private jet is an increasingly popular mode of transport, and we’ve got the most popular destinations that passengers are heading to.
In an interview with Real Business, David Lewis, MD of luxury yacht business Sunseeker London, insisted the firm doesn’t sell boats – it sells lifestyle.
Luxury holiday home group Park Leisure has packed up a £103m investment as the business embarks on new growth amid a CEO change.
Richard Upshall has his fingers in various pies, the most significant of which is the oil industry. And while he admits his fair share of losses along the way, he’s now helped turn a number of people into millionaires.
Charlie Mullins is the epitome of self-made. Having gone from skipping school to apprentice to then open Pimlico Plumbers, the business has a £30m turnover, which has given him the keys to the good life.